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To be eligible to reside in University apartments, the occupants must meet one of the following criteria. The eligibility requirements set out here are for University Housing purposes only and do not apply to other University program requirements. Written permission from the University must be secured before any other person is allowed to reside in the apartment.
All occupants who meet the leaseholder requirements must apply and sign their own lease.
A. UND Student - Any undergraduate who has fulfilled the First Year Live-On Requirement for the residence hall community. Students who have fulfilled this requirement are defined as undergraduate students who
1) lived in the residence hall community for the first year following their high school graduation or equivalent or
2) have more than 24 transferable, post-secondary, semester credits that have been earned following high school graduation or equivalent or
3) have a spouse/partner and/or maintains custody or visitation rights for children or other dependents. Undergraduate student Leaseholders must enroll in, maintain, and complete at least nine (9) credit hours each semester.
Any student who is pursuing a graduate or professional degree. Graduate/professional student Leaseholders must enroll in, maintain, and complete at least six (6) credit hours each semester.
Student Leaseholders must maintain enrollment each semester until graduation or discontinued enrollment, but do not need to attend summer school if enrolled for the following fall semester.
B. Post-Doctoral Research Fellows, Certified Flight Instructors, Medical Residents, and Faculty/Staff/UND Affiliates
Written verification or proof of employment/affiliation must be provided prior to assignment and for each additional semester of occupancy.
Non-Leaseholder Household Members - Must meet one of the following:
- Child or dependent of the primary leaseholder or partner/spouse.
Apartment Assignment Process
All applicants are placed on a waiting list in the order the completed application and the $35 non-refundable (U.S.) application fee are received.
- We start trying to match you to an apartment about 45 days prior to your requested move-in date.
- If one of your apartment choices matches an apartment that is available, you will receive an apartment assignment letter.
- If no match is found, then you are bypassed at this time (maintaining your original priority number on the waiting list) and the next applicant is considered for assignment. You will be contacted by our Apartment Assignments Coordinator in order to see if you would like to expand your apartment preferences or update your desired occupancy date.
- This process is followed until all available apartments have been assigned.
- You will remain on the waiting list until you receive an assignment or you cancel your application.
- Assignment letters are emailed to your UND email address listed in Campus Connection. Please keep this information up to date.
- You have 10 days from the date of the assignment letter to accept the apartment and sign your Lease Agreement.